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Roundup: No. 2 McDonogh's Logan scores 1,000th career point

No. 2 McDonogh 54, Seton Keough 22: Dajah Logan (14 points) scored her 1,000th career point and Jameira Johnson added eight rebounds for the visiting Eagles (13-2).

McDonogh went on a 19-1 run in the second quarter. The Gators fell to 9-6.

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No. 1 Roland Park 70, John Carroll 26: Ryan Holder led the host Reds (15-2) with 17 points and Lindsey Edwards added 15 points to beat the Patriots (4-10).

St. Timothy's 41, Bryn Mawr 39: Kristen Kunaniec (14 points) made a 3-pointer with 30 seconds left to lead St. Timothy's (8-4) past the Mawrtians (4-9) in the 113th Silver Cup game.

Shannon Bittner had 13 points for Bryn Mawr.

Boys basketball

No. 2 John Carroll 53, St. Maria Goretti 26: Kimbal Mackenzie led the way with a game-high 17 points as the host Patriots (20-1) beat the Gaels (13-5).

John Carroll got off to a fast start leading 13-4 after the first quarter and relied on pressure defense to build the lead.

No. 5 Oakland Mills 82, Wilde Lake 46: Will Robinson Jr. scored a game-high 20 points and Tre'Von Hopkins added 15 to lead the host Scorpions (9-2) past the Wildecats (3-9).

Oakland Mills went on a 17-9 run in the second quarter.

Randallstown 101, Pikesville 59: Sterling Hughes and Brandon Brice each scored 16 points to lead the host Rams (5-3) past the Panthers (2-10).

Ben Franklin 63, Mervo 29: Darius Miller scored 23 points and Terry Page had 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead the host Bayhawks (9-3) past the Mustangs (2-9).

Ben Franklin improves to 5-0 in Baltimore City Division II and extended its winning streak to eight games.

Chesapeake-BC 57, Patapsco 54: Deontre Rawlings scored 22 points to lead the host Bayhawks (3-4) past the Patriots (2-5).

Chesapeake-BC led by as many as 10 points, but Patapsco tied the game at 46 with three minutes to go.

Wrestling

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Winters Mill 41, Liberty 31: Trailing 31-17 with just four bouts remaining, the host Falcons (4-7 overall, 1-3 Carroll County) needed a spark and Kyle Fisher was up to the task.

It took the junior just 39 seconds to pin Jake Mascia in the 152-pound bout. Then, in succession, Jason Morris (160), Hunter Ross (170) and Jordan Tuekam (182) recorded pins to erase any chance of a Lions (4-10, 0-5) victory.

Things didn't start great for Winters Mill, as Liberty won the first four bouts and opened with a 21-0 lead. The Falcons won four in a row to cut the deficit to 21-17. The Lions responded with back-to-back wins before Winters Mill's closing run.

Brian Haines, Baltimore Sun Media Group

Boys soccer

Reservoir standouts Kyle Saunderson and David Harris orally committed to UMBC Tuesday night.

An All-Metro first-team selection last fall, Saunderson scored three goals and added 10 assists while playing dominant defense. Harris was named to the All-Metro second team after scoring 12 goals with two assists.

The Gators went 13-2 and took eventual Class 3A state champion River Hill to penalty kicks in the East region semifinals.

UMBC is coming off an unprecedented season under veteran coach Pete Caringi Jr. The Retrievers finished 14-6-5 and made their first College Cup appearance, losing to eventual champion Virginia, 1-0, in the national semifinals.

—Glenn Graham

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